How do you make Veterans Day special for your favorite patriot? With flowers, of course.
Here at Trias Flowers, we'd be honored to provide some fresh, meaningful blooms this November 11, a day we've been celebrating as a country in one way or another since 1919. Our parades, parties and other observances allow us to publicly recognize our U.S. military veterans, but we're fans of the personal gesture, too. Since so many of our decorated friends and family live afar, or can't make it to a public event, it's nice to bring something special right to them. Read More about Make Veterans Day Special with Flowers
When we think of the most chic flowers, a few come to mind: roses, orchid, lily, tulips. Rarely do we consider the humble mum a part of that category. The ubiquitous flowering plant is usually found cheering up doorsteps or flower beds come Fall, even here in Miami, where the already-thirsty mum is made even thirstier. But there are many varieties of mums in all the harvest hues. The kind you'll want to bring indoors. The kind you'll want to set in the center of your holiday dining area or entryway table.
We at Trias Flowers are here to show you just how elegant mums - especially when blended with other flowers - can be. Read More about Modern Elegance with Mums
What scares you this Halloween? The horror movie marathon on TV? Leftover candy luring you from the pantry? The specter of your kids about to have a sugar rush?
One thing that doesn't have to be scary is your holiday decor, which can stay just this side of creepy, making more use of pumpkins and gourds than black cats and vampires. In line with that is this year's crop of not so scary Halloween floral designs, which make it possible to seem in the spirit without crossing over too much into gloom-and-doom territory. At Trias Flowers, Weddings & Events, we can help you strike the perfect balance. Read More about Not So Scary Halloween Floral Design
Sweetest Day is a holiday which began in Cleveland in the early 1900's. A candy company employee named Herbert Kingston suggested giving boxes of chocolates to the underprivileged, the orphans and those in nursing homes. He rallied the executives to his cause, and in its first year, the initiative was a rousing success, heavily covered by the media. Over the last century ,the tradition has continued, primarily in the Midwest and the Northeast.
Trias Flowers knows that chocolate and flowers have something in common - they both inspire happiness. Whether you decide to give sweets and treats, or would prefer flowers, we have everything you need. Let's make Sweetest Day famous in Miami! Read More about Sweetest Day Flowers & Gifts
At Trias Flowers, we love being a part of the Miami community. We have had the opportunity to participate in your birthdays, anniversaries, proposals and new baby announcements, and we've loved every minute.
Another annual tradition which we truly enjoy sharing with our friends, customers and neighbors locally is the pet costume contest. This fun event gives us the chance to just get to know you - and your furry family members - a bit better. These adorable canines make us smile every time we see them, and so we thought we would share a few with you. Follow us on Facebook so that you don't miss the announcement of this year's contest - and get your pet costume ready! Read More about Pet Costume Contestants Inspire the Fun
What are the characteristics that make up a great boss? Experts tell us that even though bosses come in all shapes, sizes and styles, there are definitely some common attributes which indicate that a good boss is destined to be a great one. On October 16, we are given the opportunity to celebrate those who work hard every day to create a work environment that is encouraging, dynamic, and productive. If you think that you have the best boss in Miami, make sure they know you appreciate them, with a gift from Trias Flowers.
Did You Know? National Boss's Day originated in Chicago in 1958, the brainchild of Patricia Bays Haroski, an employee of State Farm Insurance. It took 4 years, but in 1962 the observance was made official nationally, and is dedicated to enhancing the relationships between employees and employers. Read More about Plants & Gifts for the Best Boss
Let's face it, those of us in Miami can feel a little left out as we hear of everyone anticipating the fall season. We don't really experience a decrease in temperatures, nor do we have the opportunity to enjoy the splendor of changing fall foliage. Still, many of us still love to decorate our homes with the colors of autumn - either to remember past years up north, or to simply change up the ambiance a bit. If you are looking to give your home a bit of an autumn air, Trias Flowers has some fall-inspired ideas, which we present to you Florida style!
The colors of autumn are traditionally yellowish gold, red burgundy, and burnt orange. While our friends may be potting mums and asters, we have a different spin on seasonal floral designs. Read More about Floral Designs in Autumn Colors
Statistics tell us that in any given year, 15% of Americans will move to a new home. That means that 40 million people will have new places to live, and countless more will have new neighbors. If you are invited to the housewarming party, or simply want to surprise a newly relocated friend or relative, look to Trias Flowers for elegant housewarming gifts.
History of Housewarming: Interestingly enough, the term housewarming is quite literal. In the days before electricity and central heat, when a new family moved into a home, their friends and neighbors would come over bearing gifts of firewood. This was to help the new homeowners keep their fireplace going during the long winter - to keep the house warm. Read More about Elegant Housewarming Gifts
There are a few events in your high school or college career which have the capability to be truly memorable. The homecoming weekend, including the football games, the parties and the dance, is one of those special occasions which remains with you for your entire life. To make sure the weekend is as amazing as you hope, come to Trias Flowers for all the beautiful corsages and suave boutonnieres that you'll need. After all, no one in Miami creates formal flowers this uniquely gorgeous.
Did You Know? The University of Illinois holds claim to the longest running homecoming tradition. Their festivities began in 1910 and are still going strong today. They skipped only one year - 1918 - as the influenza epidemic kept people in quarantine. Read More about Formal Flowers & Corsages
Nobody can do for little children what grandparents do. Grandparents sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children. ~Alex Haley
Grandparents Day is observed on the first Sunday after Labor Day. In the early 1970's, a West Virginia mother and grandmother named Marian McQuade started a one-woman crusade to see a day established to honor the legacy and contributions of our grandparents, and she saw her dream realized when Jimmy Carter made the holiday official in 1978.
Marian didn't hope for parades and press coverage - rather her vision was to encourage family togetherness and the preservation of personal histories and legacies. Her perfect day included reunions and get-togethers attended by many generations, to inspire conversation, story telling and sharing. Of course, she also hoped that grandchildren would take the opportunity to get to know the older generation, and to express their love and appreciation for them. It is in this spirit that Trias Flowers offers the Grandparents Day collection, guaranteed to make them smile! Read More about Grandparents Day Florals